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watched this, as i did, ce to one conclusion. hillary clinton s grown up. she was being bet by a group of carping adolescence. i'll say this about ron paul. 30 years of congress, he was never boarish. his son, in barely two years has established a new level of boorishness, rand paul, and so did ron johnson, the senator from wisconsin. they were carpingatty, and e was the grown-up. i think there was no question look, every day we're using more and more energy. the world needs more energy. where's it going to come from? ♪ ♪ that's why right here in australia, chevron is building one of the biggest natural gas projects in the world. enough power for a city the size of singapore for 50 years. what's it going to do to the planet? natural gas is the cleanest conventional fuel there is. we've got to be smart about this. it's a smart way to go. ♪ ♪ >> we were taking firee everywhere. i remember hearing the bullets going by me and hitting the ground hasbeside me. i shot one guy and saw him fall. >> the first woman since 1992 to receive the silverer star. this does nomea
. anyone want to bet? >> not if you live in syria, mali, on geary, afghanistan, and other places. he says america will no longer be as involved, but the question is, what will we do? the threats have not disappeared. al qaeda central has been dealt a serious blow. however, they are now active in north africa. the french are in the lead. are we going to help them, how much? >> the french are in the lead in mali. not in nigeria, for example. why? this is a francophone country. they are concerned only about the francophone countries. because of economic interests they have in this francophone countries. i just want to knock down the idea that france is somehow stepping into a vacuum in africa. they are doing no such thing. >> i have never accused the french of altruism. so i can see your point entirely. i do i give a damn why they're there. they are stopping the islamists in mali, and nobody else is. >> the president picks a couple of for prosecutors to be his top regulators. a message for wall street? >> in the early 1990's, she brought down john gotti, and she brought to justice the terror
lance always double down, when he is in trouble he doubles the bet and the oprah interview is in some ways the ultimate doubling of the bet, he pushes everything on the table and said, look, there is where i am going to try to do to get out of this. >> rose: so what are you looking for? each of you in the oprah interview? >> well, you know, i don't -- i was asking myself that same question and i really don't know what to say, like he will confess. >> rose: right. >> i don't, having done some reporting on lance armstrong i would fool myself i could interpret the thoughts of a goldfish before i think i know what lance armstrong is thinking so judging his contrition is not an issue to me, strategically this looks like 15 years of deny, deny nye until there was about penny left from deneigh and let's see what we can get from confessing so i think a lot of people will try to interpret his emotions and mannerisms and to me, i am in a place where i understand i can't even begin to do that, beyond his confession -- >> rose: what are you looking for, daniel? >> i am looking for what he says t
as three times bullish bet on the real estate sector. itb was up. portfolio consists of construction related stocks. roof, this is real estate small cap etf all of them making new highs. sandra: another big winner in today's session was the chip equipment stocks the sector got a lift following strong results from kla ten core. kla was the top performer followed by lam research and asml which was up 4%, david. david: let's tell you what we have got planned for this afternoon because we've got a busy show. timothy geithner saying good buy to his job as secretary treasury. jack lew is the nominee, the person that coo be taking over. guess what is a lot, a lot more partisan than tim geithner that worked for both republicans and democrats. steve forbes tells us what that can mean for policy going forward. sandra: howard lutnick, ceo of cantor fitzgerald, shares his investing ideas for 2013. the prime minister of haiti, he talks about the big roll the private sector is playing in the rebuilding of his country and his economy. david: before we get started on this hour, we want to tell you w
the u.s. citizenship. that was more than '07, '08, '09 combined. i'll bet you it's a higher number for 2012 when it comes in and i bet you it it goes up in 2013. the obama administration and the democrats, they're so happy and gloating about smacking those tax rates on the rich and there's this new assumption, this politically correct assumption that you know what? you rich people, you're going to bend over and take that spanking because we raised rates on you so there. when you soak the rich, the rich start packing and they'll go elsewhere. and golfer, phil mickleson might do that. >> the former president of france is also, he's going to london he says or the u.k., because he wants to develop his business opportunity, but he's also got a few little legal problems that many suspect that he's trying to avoid, allegations of corruption and fraud, so that might have a dual purpose if indeed he goes to london. >> that's true, but that 75% marginal tax rates on all earnings over a million dollars that france wants to slap on the rich. that had to be a factor as well. i mean, when you do
hour you saw our bet with the anchors in green bay. after the break what atlanta will have to do when the 9ers crush the falcons over the weekend. we'll be right back. the third" with the steal and a nifty 360 slam. the number nes beat >>> play of the day from the world of college basketball. michigan's glen robinson iie with the steal takes it the other way and goes upstairs a little 360 and boom. nice with the slam. they beat minnesota on the jam 83-75. >> fancy shot. >>> last hour we showed you the cbs anchors in green bay who paid up for losing the bet sing i left my heart in san francisco by tony bennett. they were great. now we are throwing our challenge down to our sister station in atlanta. we made a wager with them yesterday. >> good morning, everyone. the atlanta falcons are having one of the best seasons they have ever had. they are going to be playing the san francisco 49ers for a chance to go to the super bowl. >> yes. and i know we're going to get there and you know what? the folks out in san francisco, they are betting that the
are expected to drop in the southeast today. >>> here's what happens when somebody bets against the ravens. our game day wager with the cbs station in baltimore coming up next. ♪ we will be champions, my friends ♪ >> and the musical tribute to the 49ers by one of the longest running stage productions right here in san francisco. >>> what's cool about your school? submit your nomination on our website, cbssf.com/coolschool. and we may come out and feature your school on the show. we'll be right back. ♪me and you - a little rendezvous.♪ ♪that special something that will carry you through...♪ ♪that little reward for all the things you do.♪ luscious, creamy filling - combined with our slowmelting chocolate - the one and only ghirardelli squares chocolate. for all the things you do. now try creamy crunchy hazelnut crisp use chase freedom at drugstores this quarter, get 5% cash back. whoa everybody get, everybody get! activate your 5% cash back at chase.com/freedom save up to $500 on beautyrest and posturepedic. get a sealy queen set for just $399. even get 3 y
to write for rookie. >> yeah. >> stephen: what is that? they must be happy when you ask them. i bet they are really happy, that would be cool. >> would you like to? >> stephen: what? [cheers and applause] maybe. i don't know. i mean seriously -- this is sudden. [ laughter ] i was thinking of writing a column from the point of view of a 48-year-old dad. >> great. >> stephen: and it's called you're not wearing that. all right? and girls would send in photos of what they thought was okay to wear and i would take color forms and put new clothes on them and say this is what you are wear, what do you think? >> fine, i'll take it. >> stephen: that is called synergy. what do you think about my look? >> fine. >> stephen: because i don't think i could do the bangs. we got direction of the different basic looks i could rock, okay? >> true. >> stephen: let's take a look at the different looks. this is tortured artist. this is the tortured artist. >> stephen: and ladies go for the tortured artist. >> i think so. i'm told. yeah. >> stephen: another one, jim. what is this? >> there were really gre
bernard is live in bet human ma. -- petaluma. folks are bundling up. >> folks here are bracing for the coldest night so far this year. behind me, petaluma boulevard, it's been very quiet for hours. near freezing temperatures s so cold in petaluma, you. might swear these icicles were the real thing. >> it's no night for street performer danny burks to be outside with his dog, molly. >> i'm from iowa. we get this type of cold, but we get it with snow. so frost all every everything, all over the sleeping bags. >> the frost almost looked like snow on auto row after a deep freeze overnight, which sent aaron into survival mode. >> heat cranked up high and lots of extra blankets. >> surprised tourists thought california was always warm and sunny. >> it's cold as ice. that and the wind and rain, i thought i was back home. >> the frigid cold was great for business at this store, where it's christmas every day. >> we had a lot of people coming in, just checking out the store. so it helps out with the business when it's cold outside. >> across petaluma boulevard, it's slow. at la la's cre
to create a good structured portfolio, then you can make your bets. but this is a whole conversation on how to invest. >> here's a question just about bets. you know, you're making the argument, and explaining the need to have a diversified portfolio. but most people have diversified portfolio follow the market. meaning, whatever the s&p 500 is ultimately you're going to be up or down, somewhere around there. you, and some of your peers consistently outperform the market. and you do that, i assume, by making bets. >> we break it into two parts. we have two basic portfolios. there is the strategic asset allocation mix. which we call all weather and that just hassing to to do with bets. it has to do with how to make all the assets the same risk parity. call risk parity. the problem is, when people try to diversify, and they own equities and equities has a volatility. >> right. >> that's large. or they own assets that do well when the economy does well and doly when the economy does badly they have a concentration of their risk in some assets. >> right. >> they need to have. they need to chang
collin kaepernick the second year quarterback is driving up the price for gamblers who will bet he will take the team to the super bowl. coach harbaugh is not giving up his strategy for this weekend's game. they will be leaving today this afternoon to head to atlanta and coming up in the next half hour on the morning news, you will hear from fans and how they feel about this weekend, what their plans are. if they are going to bars and restaurants or watching from home. janine de la vega. >> for those that want to watch the game right here at ktvu channel 2 our coverage begins at 9:30 in the morning sunday with our championship play book show. followed by fox sports coverage. kickoff at shortly after noon. and point after will be following the game. >> i can watch the game right sneer? >> right here. you and i. >> and sal too? >> sal too. >> you are watching interstate 880. >>> we are watching interstate 880. 80 looks pretty good if you are drying in from vallejo and over to the east shore freeway it does look very nice heading out to the mccarthur maze. no major problems getting up
, switzerland, and austria. during the cold war, germany's bundesbank took a bet by soaring gold reserves around the world and left in there after the collapse of communism. >> last year, official auditors point out that official stockpiles abroad have never actually been counted. >> plans are afoot to bring the bars back home, or at least some of them. >> at least he knows what he has in his hands -- his golden globe is nothing more than a thin layer of 24 karat gold covering up something much less precious, and there is no doubt about the quality of the gold in the bundesbanks either. experts inspect and count it every year. these do not have a chance. but this kind of checks are not possible every year. u.s. federal reserve's held somewhere in new york are not open to german gold inspectors. germany owns a total of about 3,396 tons of gold, and almost 131 -- 1/3 of that is held in frankfurt. but almost half of germany's goal design in new york. now, the bank is said to have worked up a plan to move more of its gold reserves onto german soil. that plan includes withdrawing all of its gold from
will ask if the united states of america is in fact a safe bet. the full faith and credit of the united states of america is not a bargaining chip. martha: a lot of talk about the president's demeanor at that news conference yesterday. we'll get into that a little bit more coming up but for now does this really come down to an issue of raising the spending limit or defaulting on our credibility as the president has talked about. let's bring in stuart varney, host of "varney & company" on fox business network. so, stuart, you feel the way he is framing this is incorrect? >> yes. we're not going to default, period. we are not going to default. the default means that you do not service your debt. you don't pay the interest on your debt. well we have 2 1/2 trillion dollars coming into the treasury every year in tax revenue. we can use that tax revenue to pay the interest on our debt. therefore, we will not default. all this talk about being a deadbeat nation, that belies the fact that we have never, and will never default on our obligations. the obligation being to pay the interest on the d
of investigations which reportedly accounts for billions in illegal betting. >>> just ahead, robert redford's unchanged, and a big payday. plus back to the future now. check out this retro hovercraft. you're watching "early today." >> welcome back. good friday morning to you and what a nice weekend forecast we have for almost everyone. dry weather will prevail. spend a lot of time outdoors this weekend with these warm temperatures from southern california up into central california. not bad around portland either. very cold morning today and that will continue the trend. each morning i think we're getting warmer through the weekend. still dealing with freezing fog in the northwest. that's before 9:00 a.m. after that the sun should slowly break out. we're talking temperatures that are similar each and every day. what you have today you'll likely deal with all weekend long. that's usually good. >>> well, arnold said he would be back. "the last stand" marks arnold schwarzenegger's first leading role since 2003. that may not be enough for the box office win with jessica chastain's new horror fi
of match fixing investigations, which reportedly accounts for billions in illegal betting. >>> now turning to weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins. >> you have any favorites in these football games? >> italy always. >> big italy fan? >> i'm italian. >> i learn something new every day. >> schiavocampo. >> my irish roots, not the best. >> you can root for italy. >> i'll go for spain, jump on the bandwagon. let me take you through your weekend forecast. looking at nice conditions across the northeast. it will be a little brisk, but at least it's not going to be dry. not many slippery roads, with the exception of cape cod. temperatures where they should be for the most part. i know northern new england, you are pretty chilly this morning. enjoy this warm day while it lasts. chicago, kansas city, st. louis, the great lakes to minneapolis. this is it. the warmest you're probably going to be maybe for another couple weeks. we take the plunge from here. we begin to see signs of it on saturday with a high of 32 in minneapolis. a beautiful weekend day on saturday on the east coast. then as
.s. and europe but then what i say is even if they hire the right. >> bet the narcissism is so acute. you can see it to that we will meet that it leads us to think of others as human beings whose lives are curious as fortunately the university of chicago. the climate of fear and suspicion against muslims and friends to the rail that commitment but if we articulate ph.d. is clearly, this may help us with these developments. thank you. [applause] i will call on people until they cut us off. please come to the microphone. please say to you are or where program you are in. >> after that we do the book signing. if you have to leave and want a book take it to my secretary. >> one thing that disturbs me a young girl who wants to wear the covering they are forced they cannot go to a normal school so they are deprived of the education that other children get that would be a problem finding jobs in the future or b =. >> that is very important. that shows the policy is counterproductive. if they wanted to assimilation then of course, that is true. i did not talk about the school's his office of the but it i
" --dúgary shapiro has a black bet in tae kwon do. you have a book out "ninja innovation." explain this title. >> that is my approach to life. i taught to my employees about it. you figure out how to get over and around it. econ invisible. -- become invisible. do not go to your boss and say, i have hit a wall. you have to be clever. to get a black belt, you need to be disciplined, be focused, and know where you are going. ninja is actually japanese. ninja is from hundreds of years ago. they always had to fight strength, but they were clever. they thought outside of the box. i've been in this industry for 30 years. i have met many ceos from all over the world. i have something in common with all of them -- they are ninjas. they think outside the box. they think, why not? they recognize that failure is a good thing because you can learn from it. i think there is another book out that if you have never been criticize, if you have never done your job, you have never pushed the boundaries. america is about risk taking. my first book was about what washington should do. this book is abou
ending. anyone want to bet? >> not if you live in syria, mali, algeria, afghanistan, and a lot of other places. he said america will no longer be as involved, but the question is what will we do? the threat has not disappeared. al qaeda central has been dealt a serious blow. they are now active in north africa. the french are in the lead. how much will we help them? >> the french are in the lead in mali, not in nigeria. this is a french-speaking country. they are concerned, about francophone countries. it is because of economic interests they have in this francophone countries. the idea that france is stepping into a vacuum, they are not doing that. >> since when is the french all for altruism? i do not give a damn what they are there. they are stopping the rebels in mali and no one else is. >> president obama chooses a former prosecutor >> she brought down john gotti, the head of the gambino crime syndicate and brought to justice the terrorists responsible for bombing the world trade center and embassies in africa. i would say that is a pretty good run. you do not want to mess with mar
speaker boehner, but whether they will vote to actually remove him, that is highly doubtful. the bet is that he will retain his speakership. he just walked by. he was asked does he have any consternation about this vote and he said absolutely not. he has confidence. there are some up on capitol hill that think there is a slight chance that they could get to a second ballot. that has not happened in decades. most bet that speaker boehner will have everyone in line and he will retain his speakership. connell: what is really going on up there? northeast republicans angry about the hurricane sandy bill. we knew the other day, it was really a mess getting the fiscal cliff legislation to the floor. all of this talk about the rivalry between the majority speaker and the leader. are there not enough votes to defeat him so people are afraid to go against him? >> you know, he actually has a decent amount of support. looking back at how they handled a pretty bad hand, even the most conservative members said, listen, he gave us a shout. they went into that gop conference meeting and said here is
are -- i think the republicans are betting maybe the tax hikes were off the table, and then pelosi on down the democrats are saying no that's not the case. how do you see the next round going? >> i think unfortunately people have an expectation that there will be theatrics, brinksmanship, then there will be some sort of agreement or deferral or kicking the can down the road, and nobody has an expectation that there will be effectiveness or really solving a problem, certainly solving a problem for the long-term. there's just diminished expectations about what washington generally and congress specifically can even achieve and people are getting discouraged and that becomes sort of a self-fulfilling prophesy where people don't expect much. they don't get much. and it's a circle. it's a cycle that inhibits washington, government's effectiveness, congress's effectiveness and it's a license to make our problems worse and not make them better. people need to hold congress to a higher standard, and right now there's such a bad attitude, there's no sense that congress should or could be held to th
. so after seven years silence broken. i bet he laid down a hell of a judicial stemwinding after seven years. >> the transcript picked up only four words. [ laughter ] >> jon: well i beat he made them count. you know? what did he say. >> justice scalia made a joke about yale law school. justice thomas' alma mater and according to the court transcript he said, well, he did not -- and that's all he said. [ laughter ] >> jon: well he did not? i was going to after seven years you have to make them out. you're out of order! luke, i'm your father. that is unconstitutional. you can't handle the -- that's four (bleep). well, he did not. what does that even mean. >> what thomas appeared to be suggesting was that an ivy league degree didn't necessarily mean the lawyer was qualified and the courtroom erupted in laughter. >> jon: really? [ laughter ] good room. so that's your only equip you've been there seven years and no other equips. not a -- that's what she said? sounds like my wedding night. nothing? aristocrats, nothing? probably the last time we'll hear from him. you know he's going to pull
to me in a very terrific terrific tisk. i bet you will never by the the hand that feeds you i would tailor my remarks. >> bill: he insulted you. in the past you would have hit him with a chair but you didn't. >> there what were no chairs. >> bill: you absorbed the insult. tables are turned big al gore making a lot of money from oil sheikhs who. they provided the money that went in his possibility and he doesn't like big oil if you see him in the lobby again. >> i have no doubt acute sense of what is hypocritical and not hypocritical from my own personal experience. for him to take that big money, where al jazeera paid more than the price. >> bill: way more. >> big bonus from the oil rich sheikh dom of gutter. he knows where that money came from. he knows it is in conflict with his basic personal. >> bill: he took the money anyway. >> he took the money and run. >> bill: is he hypocrite. >> accuse me coming for fox news. i'm the same person i was at nbc. >> bill: hit him with the chair. i want to see that. >> he gave me that smirk. you know that al gore smirk? >> bill: i don't know th
." >> i bet it fails? >> what? >> do we have time for the third story? all right, from the hall to a fall. will he tell oprah about the dopra? lance armstrong is giving his first tv interview since being stripped of his tour de dprans titles and it is to the big o. it will air on january 17th on oprah's network, i believe g4, and it promises to be a 90-minute q and a. the cancer survivor was thinking of admitting he used performance enhancing drugs would help him gain his eligibility. said his lawyer, when and if he has something to say there won't be any secret about it. whatever that means. and what do cats think of bill schulz? >> you worship all things oprah. what do you think she will get lance to admit? >> he is a liar and we were pulling for him. he stabbed us all in the back. the dumb yellow bracelet and he double crossed me. >> i have not a shray. armstrong landed on me. >> let me build on that point. armstrong has help to raise millions for cancer research. it helped him win a stupid bike race. >> he had a platform to get the exposure to get people to give him lots of money to r
to that cold snap in north bay, bracing for the big chill tonight. cornell bernard is live in bet human ma. -- petaluma. folks are bundling up. >> folks here are bracing for the coldest night so far this year. behind me, petaluma boulevard, it's been very quiet for hours. near freezing temperatures keeping many people inside. >> it's so cold in petaluma, you might swear these icicles were the real thing. >> it's no night for street performer danny burks to be outside with his dog, molly. >> i'm from iowa. we get this type of cold, but we get it with snow. so frost all every everything, all over the sleeping bags. >> the frost almost looked like snow on auto row after a deep freeze overnight, which sent aaron into survival mode. >> heat cranked up high and lots of extra blankets. >> surprised tourists thought california was always warm and sunny. >> it's cold as ice. that and the wind and rain, i thought i was back home. >> the frigid cold was great for business at this store, where it's christmas every day. >> we had a lot of people coming in, just checking out the store. so it helps out w
to make a bet. >> i don't know his schedule but i will make communications clear as i wear my 49er hat to any conference i have. we are on the way to the super bowl, one of the hungy years. you feel it. >> the mayor has been a long-term 49er fan so the only question remaining, what is the delicacy in atlanta that we should bet on or against? >> come on, come on. >> peaches. >> peaches. >> grits. >> grits? >> another cold morning, and grits sounds good. >> anything to keep you warm and stick to your body. now, let's go outside, 5:17. someone is frozen in the control room. you can see the windfalling a little bit as we look down san francisco in the background and sausalito from mount tamien. live doppler 7 hd shows any radar runs and it is bone dry out there again but just enough moisture that the frost is forming inland. we are close at fremont and san jose with the 34's but we have los gatos at 32 and antioch is warmer spot at 38 and 44 in san francisco. monterey bay, we are in the upper 30's and 42 to salinas. through the forecast cycle, hazy sunshine, another "spare the air" day wit
the 49ers favored by four points. here is a tip, don't bet the game. don't do it. if you absolutely have to bet it, if you're emotionally involved and don't bid more than 20 bucks. nobody can predict this one. both teams are evenly matched. the factor tip of the day. no one knows. no edge. and that's it for us tonight. please check out the fox news factor website, different from billoreilly.com and talking points memo, post it there. and spout out about the factor, from anywhere in the world, lots to it talk about tonight. oreilly@foxnews.com, and anytime if you wish to opine, and an uppity word today. don't be verecund. and anywhere in the world, i got a letter from the south pole, from nepal, from iceland, and again, thanks for watching tonight. i'll bill o'reilly, remember the spin stops right here because >> i feel like i should pinch myself right now. i can't believe i have this vantage point. >> so you're what? about 15 or 20 feet from the sflez. >> probably a good, i would say 50 feet from the president right now. very, very close. >> sean: history repeats, someone pinch me.
background. same size. >> dana: racist. >> kimberly: he is so cute. it bet he will be in the movies. >> dana: they tell me i have to go. but we'll see you tomorrow >>> welcome to "red eye." i'm greg gutfeld or otherwise known in texas as the dallas dip stick. andy, what is coming up on tonight's show? >> are cats adorable, sweet natured pets or predators responsible for billions of animal deaths every year? the shocking story that i will be recuesing myself from straight ahead. and a colorado high school teacher is placed on leave after she allegedly talked about drug use and posts nearly naked pictures of herself on her twitter account. the story "red eye" was created for coming up. and finally sad news out of hollywood as warner brothers officially green lights the "entourage" movie. my thoughts and prayers for everybody involved in this tragedy. >> thanks, andy. >> you bet. >> wow, that's all? >> it was a downer at the end there. >> it was a downer, but you know what? jim neighbors got married and that should bring you up. >> i was happy he got married, slash, was alive. >> me too. go awa
coming up. >> also ahead better late than never, denver's mayor pays up his bet with his baltimore counterpart over the ravens/broncos game. >> reporter: all those kit kat videos on the internet ignore a deadly truth. a new study says america's cats are killing 15 billion small animals a year. i'm bruce leshan, what you can >>> sorry to tell you this, but fluffy is a killer on scale that's hard to imagine. many of us have mixed feels when the family -- feelings when the family cat gives us the dead bird or mammal on our doorstep. >> there's a new report out from the smithsonian and fish and wildlife service and it says outdoor cats are killing billions of animals every year. >> reporter: who doesn't love a youtube cat video? but the internet antics ignore a cruel fact. the study just published in the journal nature communications says cats kill more wildlife than cars, pesticides, windows or windmills, more than any other human-related cause. >> it's really stunning because it shows that at least twice as many birds are being killed each year by cats as we thought before. >> repo
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